GLIS, Westminster’s German subsidiary, have secured a new contract from an intergovernmental organisation to supply Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) equipment to a Central European country.
The conflict in Ukraine has raised security concerns across Europe and it is essential that Bomb Disposal Squads, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) teams are supplied with the very best equipment available to deal with any incidents.
Westminster have been supplying EOD and IEDD equipment for many years and have considerable experience in the field and are able to assist governments and organisations with their needs.
Nathalie Arndt, Senior Sales Consultant for GLIS, commented:
“We have an excellent relationship with this client, and as such we have secured further sales for specialist equipment. We are very pleased to support them during this time.”
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